Baume & Mercier has added five new watches to its Clifton Baumatic line. There are new dials, new case materials as well as COSC-certified models.
Baume & Mercier has expanded its Clifton Baumatic line with five new watches featuring straightforward updates. These include new dials, new case materials along with COSC-certification (Contrôle Officiel Suisse des Chronomètres, the Official Swiss Chronometer Testing Institute) for select models. Through these new options, Baume & Mercier hopes to bring its classic-meets-contemporary style and forward-thinking philosophy to a wider audience.
The latest 40mm stainless steel Clifton Baumatic is now available with a blue gradient dial which Baume & Mercier calls Cadran Bleu (or “blue dial” in French). This model is available in two iterations: One mounted on an interchangeable black alligator leather strap and the other with a five-row steel bracelet with a triple folding clasp and security push-pieces. The white dial Baumatic, meanwhile, is now offered as a new model, the ref. 10469, which features an 18K red gold case at a slightly smaller size of 39mm with the dial text and the seconds hand finished in a contrasting dark color. Both variants are powered by the maison’s latest in-house Baumatic calibre, the BM13-1975A, which boasts a 120 hours power reserve and anti-magnetic protection.
In addition, Baume & Mercier is also offering COSC-certified versions of both versions. These models are distinguished by a crosshair design running through the center of the dials.
For more information, visit Baume & Mercier online.
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